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It’s in the family | Penn State baseball transfer CJ Pittaro hopes to follow in father’s footsteps | Penn State Baseball News

by on January 31, 2022 0
His grandfather is a baseball legend from Rider University. His father was an MLB player. Her mother was on the United States women’s national soccer team. Her sister competes for the Yale women’s soccer team. For second-year shortstop CJ Pittaro and his family, the sport is more than a hobby, it’s a way of... Read More

Best Barry Bonds Moments

by on January 14, 2022 0
Love him or hate him, there’s no denying Barry Bonds produced some of the most gripping seasons in baseball history during his 22-year career with the Pirates and Giants. He hit a record 762 home runs, won an unprecedented seven National League MVP awards, and won a host of other accolades while establishing himself... Read More

Minor League Notes: WooSox, Listach, Tigers

by on January 7, 2022 0
While the first full week of 2022 remains clear on the kind of transactional information baseball fans are typically used to, there has been plenty of big news about deals of a different kind. This trend may continue, as the Boston Globe’s Michael Silverman reports that the Red Sox’s Triple-A affiliate, the Worcester Red... Read More

Loyalsock Boys Basketball winning state title was best story of the year | News, Sports, Jobs

by on January 1, 2022 0
SUN-GAZETTE FILE PHOTO The Loyalsock boys’ basketball team pose with the PIAA class AAA trophy after winning the program’s first-ever title in March. He was voted the Sun-Gazette Story of the Year. This past year has been rich in remarkable sporting achievements. Over the past 12 months, many teams and individual players have done... Read More

First call: punters favor Mason Rudolph as Steelers ’22 starting QB; memento of the unfortunate birthday of the pirates

by on December 9, 2021 0
Thursday’s “first call” looks at the future of the Steelers quarterback and a page of the Pirates’ checkered past. A western Pennsylvania product with a major influence in varsity sport gets a new job. And the Philadelphia Flyers are just a mess. Isn’t that awesome? Money on Mason BetOnLine.Ag sets the odds of who... Read More

MLB Free Agent Predictions: Landing spots for top 20 players, Yankees signing Correa; Bryant at the Mets

by on November 15, 2021 0
Major League Baseball Hot Stove season is underway, with free agents able to sign anywhere they see fit. Some players, like left-handed pitcher Andrew Heaney, have already found new homes; others will certainly follow by December 1, before the expiration of the current collective agreement. The owners should block the players at this point,... Read More

Glen Cameron Tuckett | News, Sports, Jobs

by on October 30, 2021 0
Glen Cameron Tuckett, 93, passed away peacefully at his home in Provo early in the morning of October 26, 2021 after a brief hospitalization following a stroke last week. He was a husband, father, grandfather, trainer and many other titles in between. He was just as proud of BYU baseball’s coveted Cameron Tuckett Award,... Read More